To pass the written knowledge test in the state of Indiana, you must demonstrate a basic understanding of traffic laws and safe driving techniques. You must also be able to read and understand highway signs regulating, warning, and directing traffic.
The written knowledge test include multiple choice questions concerning traffic maneuvers and knowledge of types of traffic signs. There are 16 sign identification questions and 34 traffic questions, of which you can only miss two signs and six traffic questions to pass.
Some examples when you need to take the written test:
- Learner’s permit applicants who are not enrolled in a driver education program.
- Driver’s license applicants who have completed a driver education program.
- Drivers younger than 21 years of age renewing a valid driver’s license and have active points on their driving record.
- Drivers who have six or more active points on their Indiana driving record.
- New Indiana residents who hold an out-of-state license of any type and are applying for an Indiana driver’s license.
- Drivers whose Indiana driver’s license has been expired for more than 180 days.
- Out-of-state active military personnel applying for a new Indiana driver’s license.
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